funk // soul // rhythmandblues // jazz // bugalu
The Art of the 45 is to be found in the sound from the groove as the the needle is applied. Francis Murphy will exploring his record collection and playing a selection each week on The Funky Cuts. This with a look at the shelves rather than his club play out boxes. Funk, soul and sixties styled R&B will still feature with ska, Latin, disco and smooth grooves from the eighties with a sideways swing into electro and other dance beats. Francis Murphy DJs at Ad Lib, 111 Hope Street on the first Saturday of the month and Runs Mojo Workin' in the basemeent of The Rum Shack, Pollokshaws Road every third Saturday of the month. You can also catch him at Southside Soul on the last Saturday of every OTHER month at Pollok ES Social Club.
13:00 - 14:00
03/05/2016 // Almost Live from SouthSide Soul
This week's episode of The Funky Cuts 2016 05 03 features a straight off the decks recording from last Saturday' Southside Soul along with some recent vinyl finds.
The playlist is looking like this.
The Dynamics Ain’t no Sun since you’ve been gone Atlantic
Sam Cooke Frankie and Johnnie RCA
Ernestine Anderson A Lover’s Question Mercury
The Beginning Of The End Funky Nassau Alston Lou Lawton Knick Knack Paddy Whack Goldsoul
Rex Garvin And The Mighty Cravers Sock It To 'Em JB (Pt.1) Atlantic
Ray Baretto El Watusi Apex
Mitch Ryder Turn on your Love Light New Voice
San Remo Strings Old Man River Tamla Motown
Nathaniel Rateliff What I need Stax
The Meters Hand Clappin’ Song Josie
Lee Dorsey Ride your Pony Stateside
Clarence Daniels And Obie Jessie Hard Working Girl Kent
Big Maybelle 96 Tears Rojac
Eli Paperboy Reed Take my Love with You Q-Dee
Roy Brown I’m Making Love Tru-Love
Nicole Willis Paint me in a Corner Timmion